Llandudno is an unspoilt Victorian seaside resort, with a host of attractions including the classic pier, award winning beaches, Great Orme headland, ancient sites and gardens all of which are under five minutes walk away from the hotel. There are sightseeing and vintage bus tour stops just a minutes walk away The shops, restaurants and bars are all within walking distance, making this the ideal location for exploring Llandudno and area, with the added bonus of a sunny terrace and stunning views
Nearby Points of Interest
- The Pier (0.1 mi)
- one of the longest in Wales
- Great Orme Tramway (0.2 mi)
- Victorian tram to the top of the Great Orme
- Cable Car (0.2 mi)
- 1.5 mile cable car to the summit of the Great Orme
- Dry ski slope (0.4 mi)
- with toboggan run
- Copper Mine (0.4 mi)
- Old copper mine
- Venue Cymru (0.5 mi)
- Excellent Theatre which hosts a wide variety of performing arts - plays, musicals, live music, tribute bands and much more. Check out the website for forthcoming events.
- Swimming Pool (0.5 mi)
- Indoor swimming pool
Take junction 20, signposted Rhos on Sea and Mountain Zoo. At top of slip road turn right, turn right again at traffic lights, and right again at mini roundabout (B5115). At the next roundabout signs for Llandudno start.
Follow B5115 for approximately 6 miles.
Llandudno train station(1.0mi, 1.6km)
From the station entrance cross over the road and walk down Vaughn Street. Turn left onto Mostyn Street, walk down Mostyn Street until the roundabout with Gloddaeth Street, cross over Gloddaeth Street and turn right at the roundabout (by the tea shop). This is the start of North Parade. The View is after the next roundabout, heading towards The Grand Hotel. This walk takes about 10-15 minutes. A taxi takes about 5 minutes.